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The Startup Sit Down: Andres Barreto – Founder Of OnSwipe And GrooveShark On Securing $6 Million In Funding

  • July 5, 2012

I was thrilled when I heard I would be interviewing the founder of my favorite music-streaming site Grooveshark, Andres Barreto. But when I found out we had some serious connections – he went to college in Florida and graduated a year after me (same major), his current office is four blocks from where I used to work in NYC, his editor works in the same office I do now, etc. – I knew we would get on like a house on fire, even if he did go to the “other” school (a-hem, UF). I sat down with Andres to discuss world politics (really), OnSwipe‘s rapid success, and our mutual hatred for florescent lighting for this session of The Startup Sit Down. Hey Andres, thanks for taking the time to give us the OnSwipe lowdown. Our KillerStartups fans are looking forward to being inspired! Let’s get started…

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More – Technology, Security and Software Rev

  • June 5, 2008

Readerszone.comReaderZone is a nicely designed blog that focuses on providing informative original content on all things technology, security and software related. Articles are well written and insightful and readers can vote on their favorites although that won’t change the hierarchical order of the posting.

A scan through the most recently submitted articles includes a nice piece on the new site, a critical piece on things that Google doesn’t do well, and a piece on the most dangerous domains around. From the looks of things, the site has been around since November of last year and already receives a fair amount of traffic.

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More – Consumer Reviews & IT how-tos

  • January 13, 2008

Jakeludington.comJake Ludington’s dubbed his own site as MediaBlab, and that’s probably the best way to describe it. Working along the same lines as a tech blog, in this site users will be able to find all sorts of information on gadgets that plug, connect or transfer data, electricity or internet connections.

Take a look at the many tips, tutorials, how to guides and software reviews, which focus on informing and educating people in a clear and practical way. Video editing for beginners, cell phone headsets or how to record a bird singing are some of the many topics covered by this site; however, things are very tidily categorized so it’s easier to find what you are looking for. The largest categories into which content falls is Digital video and photography, podcasting, software downloads, DVD hacks, Voice over IP, Camcorders and Arcade Games. All the articles are written in an easy to understand and amiable style that very much resembles that of the patient friend or relative who years ago calmly explained the advantages of DSL over dial-up internet connection.

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More – Find and Share Tech Info

  • August 7, 2007

TekTag.comCurious about how to install DHCP on your Linux server? Looking for tips and tutorials about Mozilla Thunderbird? Go to where you can find the lastest info and most bookmarked items about all of your tech info needs.

The knowledgebase at TekTag has been created by the users, and they deal with quite a bit of social bookmarking to make it more convenient for its users to find the content they are seeking and to locate it later. At the site you can search the posts in the order that they were posted, you can search the most popular posts or you can also type in your search criteria.

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